Course

Coding and Robotics in Classroom







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Coding and Robotics in Classroom course sets forth the teaching of programming to 1-9 graders according to the Finnish National Curriculum for primary education. It provides material and means to bring programming and hands-on robotics into the classroom and curriculum according to the material prepared for and standards set by the Finnish national curriculum for primary education.

The course is organised in cooperation with Code School Finland.

The added value Participants have the extra option to get certified and gain access to learning modules of choice and to further utilize in teaching the contents of the Programming Learning Library provided by Code School Finland.


Upskill your organization


Target group are the school management, teachers for age groups 7-15 years old, and all other non-teaching experts and staff working in school education.


The course covers a wide range of topics that schools need to consider and tackle when introducing/updating and securing coding and robotics in their school:

  • Coding principles and motivation, basics coding concepts
  • Developing computational thinking
  • Objective of curricula internationally, integrating programming into curriculum
  • Programming for grades 1-3, 4-6 and 7-9
  • Programming with BBC micro:bit
  • Code.org, Scratch and beyond
  • Animations, game basics, game programming concepts
  • Graphical/semi-textual coding environments
  • Robotics & embedded systems, principles and environments
  • Project-based peer learning
  • Moving from block language to textual language
  • Hands-on implementation of a project suitable for own grade
  • Classroom visits


The course methodology foresees an introduction to each topic which is a mixture of trainer-led presentations and pair/group exercises, hands-on work during which the participants will make their own programming projects of programming and practice the concepts in different programming environments as well as classroom visit to a local school or code school premises, experiencing a programming class with selected age group.





Earn a certificate


The course participants will get a Certificate of Active Attendance.

The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.





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On-site & blended courses

The Coding and Robotics in Classroom on-site courses take place in Oulu, Finland. Blended courses are also an option and the fee paid for the lead-in course taken prior to the on-site course will be deducted from the course fee. The Coding and Robotics in Classroom are 7 day courses that start on Sunday afternoon and end on Saturday at 13:00 o'clock.


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> planned courses


3 – 9 April 2022, Oulu, Finland.

13 – 19 November 2022, Oulu, Finland.

26 March – 1 April 2023, Oulu, Finland.

12 – 18 November 2023, Oulu, Finland.


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Euneos has an international team of trainers who are the most experienced in the field of their expertise. Meet Euneos' trainers for the Coding and Robotics in Classroom course:


Main organiser / trainer




Jussi Koivisto


  • Head of Pedagogy at Code School Finland
  • Teaching concepts and pedagogy of programming, robotics and AI.



Euneos choice of venues is based on two essentials: delivering professionalism and assuring personal well-being in order to warrant enjoyable course experience.


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Oulu, Finland


Oulu is located in Northern Finland, North Ostrobothnia. Living in Oulu does not feel like living in a city because its unique arrangement intertwines nature within the city itself. By being the home of the University of Oulu, one of the largest universities in Finland, it is also the home of around 13 000 student from Finland and around the globe. While in Oulu, we recommend that you visit Nallikari Beach as the best place for spotting Aurora Borealis or the northern lights. Other attractions that you should not miss in Oulu include Ainolan Puisto, Toripolliisi statue, Oulu Cathedral, Oulu museums and much more. In less than a 3 hour drive you will reach Rovaniemi, also known as the official hometown of Santa Claus where you can meet Santa in person. We also recommend that you spend one night of your trip in the Snow Hotel or Igloo. It is definitely an unforgettable experience. Tervetuloa!